It seems daring to assign an apartment on arrival, but you can’t go wrong: all of Casacau’s five residences are tastefully outfitted in vintage wares, original artwork and quirky knick-knacks, and each has a kitchenette (digital stove, kettle, coffee machine, cutlery, tableware, cookbooks, biscotti and pasta; a mini fridge with milk, butter, eggs, yoghurts and bottled water); air-conditioning; and an Olivetti typewriter. Balcony-blessed Apartment 2 (45sq m) is Seventies-style, with a jade kitchenette, Chinoiserie mirrors and a Monet-esque headboard in the master bedroom; the bathroom has a Turkish bath tub too. 25sq m Apartment 3 has a small sauna and an array of furnishings crafted from natural materials. Apartment 4 (52sq m) has a dusky-rose and dove-grey bedroom with an art installation-cum-bed, a Turkish bath tub and industrial accents. 47sq m Apartment 5 has a fresco at the head of the bed and a Turskish bath tub, and Apartment 6 (57sq m) sleeps up to four and has a unique indoor terrace accessed through a closet.